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Chilhowean 
1933 





World, thou choosest not the better part! 

It is not wisdom to be only wise, 

And on the inward vision close the eyes, 

But it is wisdom to believe the heart. 

Columbus found a world and had no chart, 

Save one that faith deciphered in the skies; 

To trust the soul's invincible surmise 

Was all his science and his only art. 

Our Knowledge is a torch of smoky pine 

That lights the pathway but one step ahead 

Across a void of mystery and dread. 

Bid, then, the tender light of faith to shine 

By which alone the mortal heart is led 

Unto the thinking of the thought divine. 

— G. Santayana. 




CH ILHOWEAN 



MARYVILLE 



COLLEGE 



C. R. Beale, Editor 
Howard Kipp, Mgr. 



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FOREWORD 



<®^ROPHETS of old, chastened by the rigours 
of an elemental civilization, envisioned future 
triumphs for the sons of Israel. One modern 
prophet, emboldened by the brave history of Mary- 
ville, sees fit to dream great dreams for these, her 
sons and daughters . . . and on these dreams we 
build our book. 

George Santayana, in his sonnet, World, has epi- 
tomized the trend taken by the theme of this, the 
1933 Chi Ihowean. On this 
poem has been placed 
the burden of elucidation 
which may be required by 
the inaudibilities of the 
artist's brush. 





DEDICATION 




.ARYVILLE'S glass 
has been running for 
more than a century — 
quite a space when con- 
sidered in relation to a 
human life, but a mere 
pinch of sand when we 
think of the towering 
years ensured the Col lege 
by the foresightedness of her founders. Those 
who tread the ways which they have paved wi 1 1 pass 
on, leaving the imprint of their labors on the grow- 
ing whole. It is to the youth of today who will 
comprise the Maryville of tomorrow, to the 
generations yet unborn who will carry on our work 
on College Hill; to the race of men and women 
who will strive incessantly to the end of a richer, 
fuller, Maryville; to the Maryville of the future, 
then, we dedicate this book. May they build as 
courageously and wisely as have their predeces- 
sors; may their works live as long and circulate as 
widely as have those of the men who planted the 
seed which makes our sowing and reaping possible. 



CONTENTS 



Book I 

S C H 



O O L 



Book II 
CLASSES 

Book III 
FEATURES 



Book IV 




A T 


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Book V 




A C 


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L E T I C S 



V I T I E S 




"Our Knowledge is a torch of smoky pine 
That lights the pathway but one step ahead 
Across a void of mystery and dread." 



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Sixth President of Maryville College 



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DR. EDWIN RAY HUNTER 

Dean of the College 

Dr. Hunter's very presence on this page will 

bring more happy memories than any mere 

words could aspire to. We recognize this fact — 

and pay our silent tribute. 



THE FACULTY AS WE KNOW THEM 

Mrs. Alexander, Miss Bassett, Miss Beebe, Miss Brown, Miss Carroll, Miss Clemens, 

Mr. Crothers, Professor Davis, Dr. Fields, Miss Gamble, Miss Green, Mr. Griffitts, 

Miss Heron, Coach Honaker, Professor Howell, Miss Hudson, Dr. Hussey. 




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MISS MARY ELLEN CALDWELL 

Dean of Wcmen 

No true Maryvillian could ever forget "Miss 
Molly"; and, since the sight of her likeness on 
this page is certain to recall her being, we re- 
frain from flattering phrase. 




THE FACULTY AS WE KNOW THEM 

Miss Jewell, Miss Johnson, Miss Keller, Professor Kiger, Dr. Knapp, Mr. Lagerstedt, 
Dr. McMurray, Miss Meiselwitz, Mrs. Newberry, Dr. Orr, Professor Queener, Mrs. 
Queener, Dr. Rodgers, Dr. Shine, Mr. Smith, Coach Thrower, Professor Walker, 

Miss Wilkinson. 




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'0 World, thou choosest not the better part! 
It is not wisdom to be only wise." 



CLASSES 



SENIORS 





SENIOR OFFICERS 



CONRAD QUENELLE 
President 



ANN TREWHITT 
Vice-President 



MARY CORNWELL 
Secretary 



HUGH HANNAH 
Treasurer 



BOBBIE JEAN SMITH 
Mascot 



CHILHOWEAN 




MARJORIE ELLEN ABSHEAR 
Buckhorn, Ky. 

Major: History 

Minors: English, Education 

Bainonian 



MARY ELLEN ANDERSON 
Etowah, Tenn. 

Maior: History 

Minors: Spanish, Education 

Theta Epsilon 



SENIORS 



BEATRICE DREHER BASS 
Alcoa, Tenn. 

Major: History 

Minors: Home Economics, 

Education 

Bainonian 




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LOIS RUSSELL BLESSING 
Wytheville, Va. 

Major: English 

Minors: History, Education 

Theta Epsilon 



STEVE THEODORE BORETSKY 
Scottdale, Pa. 

Major: History 

Minors: Political and Social Science. Education 

Alpha Sigma 

Mount Union 1; Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, 

A.T.O, : Varsity Football 2. 3. 4; All -Conference 

Halfback 4; Wrestling 2. 3. 4; Baseball 2, 4; Track 

3; President Pi Upsilon 4: President Athletic Board 

of Control 4; Secretary Y M C A. 4; Class Athletic 

Director 4. 



SENIORS 





RUTH MARY BOYD 
Rolla, Mo. 

Major: English 

Minors: French, Education 

Bainonian 



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AUBREY SWIFT BRADSHAW 
Flemingsburg, Ky. 

Major: Biology 

Minors: Chemistry. English 

Athenian 



MARY LOIS BRANCHE 
Richburg, S. C. 

Major: History 
Minors: Bible, English 
Theta Epsilon i 

Montreal College 1, 2; Treasurer Student Volunteers 
4; S.V.W.N. Staff 4. 



SENIORS 



DONALD WARREN BR I COS 
Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Major: Mathematics 

Minors: Physics. Education 

Alpha Sigma 

Class President 2; Y M.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3. 4; 
Lyceum Manager 3. 4; Alpha Sigma Program Secre- 
tary 2: Treasurer 3; President 4; "M" Handbook 
Editor 3: Triangle Club President 3; Theta Epsilon 
Midwinter 3. 4; Collge Players 2; Theta Alpha Phi 
2 3 4- President 3; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Play 2. 
3; Choir 1. 2. 3. 4: Glee Singers 1. 2. 3. 4; Dixie 
Vagabond Quartet 1. 2. 3. 4: Pep Committee 3. 4; 
Chairman 4. 




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RUTH ELIZABETH BROCIOUS 
Plains, Pa. 

Majnr: English 

Minors- History. Psycholo.-?y 
Bainonian 

Nu Gamma Leader 2; Y.MCA. Cabinet 3; Secre- 
tary Triangle Club 3; Bamoman Mid-Winter 3; 
College Players 4; Athenian Mid-Winter 4, Graduate 
in Expression 4: Theta Alpha Phi 4; President 
Bainonian 4. 



LEON WEST BROWN 
Vonore, Tenn. 

Major- Phy.sifs 

Minors: Mathematics, History 

Alpha Sigma 

Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra I. 2; Law Club 2; Gym- 
nasium Team I, 2: Class Football, Basketball, Track, 
Track Souad 1, 2; Y MCA Pentathlon Team 2, 
Tumbling Team 2. 



SENIORS 





CLARA BURNETTA BROYLES 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Mainr- Political and Social Science 

Minors- Bible, Home Economics 

Theta Epsilon 



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ANNABEL BURNS 
Walland, Tenn. 

Major: Histcrv 
Minors: Spanish. Education 



FLORA EMILY BURNS 
Walland, Tenn. 

Major: French 
Minors: Spanish, History 



SENIORS 



JOHN THEODORE BURNS 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Maior: Political and Social Science 
Minors: History, English 




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LUCILLE FERNE CALLAHAN 
Hartford, Tenn. 

Major: French 

Minors: German, Education 

Theta Epsilon 



JEAN ELIZABETH CAMPBELL 
Fairfield, Iowa 

Maior; French 

Minors: English. Education 

Bainonian 

Theta Alpha Phi 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Business Man- 
ager 4; Vesper Choir 4; College Players 4; Expression 
Graduate 4; Bainonian Mid-Winter 1. 3; Daisy Chain 
3; Bainonian Program Secretary 4; Cass Officer 
1. 3: Vice President Three I Club 4. 



SENIORS 





ALBERT REEDER CARSON 
Waterloo, Ala. 

Maior: English 

Minors: Pohtical and Social Science. Education 

Athenian 



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HAROLD ELMER CARSON 
Oneida, Tenn. 

Major: Mathematics 

Minors: Chemistry, Physics 

Alpha Sigma 



ELLA LOUISE CLINE 
Miami, Fla, 

Maior: Biology 

Minors: Home Economics. Spanish 

Bainonian 

YWCA. Vice-President 4; Student Honor Rank 
Committee 3; Florida Club President 4; Secretary 2; 
Orchestra 1. 2. 4; Ensemble 2; Vice-President Bain- 
onian 4; Vice-President Home Economics Club 4; 
Secretary Spanish Club 2; Biology Assistant 2, 3; 
Botany Assistant 4; Daisy Cham 3. 



SENIORS 



MARY MYRTLE CORNWELL 
Hartsville, Tenn. 

Maior: Home Economics 

Minors: History. Education 

Bainonian 

Class Secretary 4; Home Economics Club Treasurer 
2, Program Secretary 3, President 4; Home Eco- 
nomics Assistant 4; Vice-President Bainonian 4. 




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NINA BELLE COULTER 
Maryville, Tenn, 

Maior; Biology 
Minors: History, French 



FREDERICK HOY CROMER 
Winona Lake, Ind. 

Major: Biology 

Minors: History, Bible 

Athenian 




SENIORS 




DOROTHY DOUGLAS CRUZE 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Maior: History 

Minors: Education, English 

Theta Epsilon 



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WESLEY YOUNGS CULVER 
Long Island, N. Y. 

Major: Biology 

Minors: Chemistry, English 

Athenian 

Gymnasium Team 1. 2; Vesper Choir 1. 2; Glee 
Singers 1, 2. 3. 4; College Quartet 3. 4; Vice- 
President Athenian 3; Vice-President Pre-Medical 
Club 3: President 4; Theta ALoha Phi 2, 3. 4; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 3; President 4; Athenian Mid- 
Winter Committee 3. 4; Athenian Mid-V/inter 1, 3, 
4: College Players 2. 3. 4; Honor Roll 3; Expres- 
sion Graduate 4; Winner T. T. Alexander Prize 3; 
Senior Play. 



WILLIAM JOHN DOBBIE 
Cresson, Pa. 

Major: Bible 

Minors: Political and Social Science, Creek 

Athenian 

Football Squad 1.4; Class Football 2, 3; Class Base 
ball 1, 2. 3, 4; Ministerial Association 1. 2, 3; 
Chairman of Churches Committee 2; Stage Man- 
ager Athenian Mid-Winter 2. 



SENIORS 



DOROTHY DRAKE 
Middlesboro, Ky. 

Major: Spanish 

Minors: History, Education 

Theta Epsilon 




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ALEXANDER PERU DUFF 
Boat, Ky. 

Major: Creek 

Minors: English. Bible 

Athenian 

Class President 1 ; Vice-President Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 2: President 3; President Athenian 4; Ath- 
enian Mid-Winter 2; Bainonian Mid-Winter 3; 
President Kentucky Club 3; President Pre-Medical 
Club 3; Vice-President Y M C.A. 3; President 4; 
President College Y.M C A. Association of East Ten- 
nessee 4; College Players 3; President Student Coun- 
cil 4; Theta Alpha Phi 3. 4; Varsity Baseball 2. 3, 
4; Pi Upsilon 3. 4; Chosen Hero of the Campus 4 



LAURA ELIZABETH DUNCAN 
Montreat, N, C. 

Maior: English 

Minors: History, Education 

Theta Epsilon 

Student Council 1. 2. 3. 4; Vice-President 4; Stu- 
dent-Faculty Committee 3. 4; Nu Gamma Leader 2; 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 4; Program Secretary Theta 
Epsilon 2, 3. 4; President 3; College Extemporan- 
eous Speaker 3; Winner T. T. Alexander Prize 4 



SENIORS 





FRANCES ANNE DUPRE 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: Mathematics 
Minors: Education, English 



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HELENE MAE ENLOE 
Franklin, N. C. 

Major; Home Economics 

Minors: Education. French 

Bainonian 

Stonewall Jackson College 1 ; Secretary Home 
Economics Club 2. 



GEORGE FRANKLIN FISHBACH 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: German 

Minors: Education. French 

Alpha Sigma 

German Club President; Tennis Team 2. 3. 4; Cap- 
tain 3; Class Athletics; Tennis Champion 2, 3, 4; 
Tennis Instructor 4. 



SENIORS 



MARY GATHERINE GAMBLE 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: Biology 

Minors: Home Economics. English 

Bainonian 

Athletic Awards 1, 2. 3; Athletic Assistant 4; "M" 
Club President 4; Athletic Board of Control 4. 




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WINFIELD ALLEN CLASS 
Mount Royal, N. J. 

Major: Chemistry 

Minors: Biology, Physics 

Alpha Sigma 

Rutgers University 1; Pre Medical Club President 3; 
Chemistry Assistant 3, 4. 



CARRIE LOU CODDARD 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: History 

Minors: Education, English 

Bainonian 



SENIORS 





EDWIN HAMILTON CREENE 
Blue Ash, Ohio 

Maior: Chemistry 

Minors: Physics, Mathematics 

Athenian 

YMCA Cabinet 4; President Chemistry Club 4; 
Vesper Choir 1. 2. 3. 4; Track Squad 3. 4. 



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EUNICE GRANT 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Major: Biology 

Minors: Psychology, Education 

Bainonian 

St. Petersburg Junior College 1, 2; Bainonian Pub- 
licity Chairman 4; Home Economics Assistant 4 



PETER BENJAMIN GROVES 
Troy, Ohio 

Maior: Political Science 

Minors: English. Social Science 

Athenian 

Freshman Debate: Pi Kappa Delta 2. 3. 4: Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 3; President 4; College Extempore 
Speaker 3; Highland Echo Business Staff 2. 3; Busi- 
ness Manager Handbook 2: Student Council 3; 
Glee Singers 2. 3. 4: Business Manager 3, 4; Vesper 
Choir 2. 3; Bainonian Mid-Winter 2; Y.M.C.A. Ad- 
visory Board 2. 3. 4; Class Treasurer 2; Honor Roll 
4; Honors Work in Sociology 4. 



SENIORS 



MARTHA ADELAIDE GUSHERT 



Major: Home Economics 

Minors: Education, History 

Bainonian 




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HAZEL KATHERINE HALE 
Morristown, Tenn. 

Major: French 

Minors' English. French 

Bainonian 

Orchestra 1, 2. 3. 4; Program Secretary; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 4; Secretary Bainonian 4; Athletic 
Award 2; Nu Gamma Leader 2. 



INEZ ALBERTA HAMRICK 
Hickory, N. C. 

Maior: English. French 

Minors; Psychology, Education 

Theta Epsilon 

President Y.W.CA. 4; Nu Gamma Chairman 3, 
Athletic Chairman 2; Vice-President Theta Epsilon 
3; Program Secretary 1 ; Mid-Winter 4; Class Vice- 
President 3; Athletic Board of Control L 2. 3; Vice- 
President 3; V\/rrter's Work Shop 3, 4; Highland 
Echo Staff I. 2; Varsity Debate 4; Glee Club 4; 
Vice-President Carolina Club 2; President 3; "M" 
and Sweater 1. 2: B C. 2. 3. 4; Daisy Chain 3; 
Honor Roll 1. 2. 3, 4. 



SENIORS 





HUGH HENRY HANNAH 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major' Political and Social Science 
Minors: History. English 



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WILLIAM HANNAH 
Trenton, N. J. 

Major: Biology 

Minors: French, Psychology 

Athenian 

Class Secretary 1 ; Operetta 1 : Athenian Program 
Secretary 3: Inter-class Athletics 1. 2. 3; YMCA 
Cabinet 2. 3. 4; Glee Singers ]. 2. 3. 4; Vesper 
Choir 1. 2, 3. 4; Y.M C.A, Quartet 4; Bainonian 
Mid-Winter 3. 4, 



GEORGE BOWMAN HOWELL 
Gedarville, N. J. 

Maior: Bible 

Minors: Creek. English 

Athenian 



SENIORS 



DWIGHT CARSON HUNTER 
Pinckneyville, 111, 

Major: Mathematics 

Minors: Physics, Biology 

Athenian 




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STELLA VENTRICE JAMES 
Friendsville, Tenn. 

Mainr: French 

Minors: Education, History 

Bainonian 



WILBUR STILES JOHNSON 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Maior: Political and Social Science 

Minors; History, Psychology 

Alpha Sigma 



SENIORS 





MARJORIE LOUISE JONES 
Rahyvay, N. J. 

Maior: Home Economics 

Minors: English. Psychology 

Bainonian 



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JANETTE KINKADE 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Major: Chemistry 

Minors: Mathematics. Education 

Bainonian 

St, Petersburg Junior College 1, 2. 



MARY MILLER KNOX 
Bear Poplar, N. C. 

Maior: Mathematics 

Minors: Education. Psychology 

Theta Epsilon 

Montreat College 1. 2; Sun Dial Business Manager 
2; President Tritonian Literary Society 2; Nu 
Gamma Leader 4; Theta Epsilon House Chairman 4 



SENIORS 



JAMES ALFRED LARCEN 
Harriman, Tenn. 

Major: History 

Minors: Political Science. Education 

Alpha Sigma 




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JOSEPH ARTHUR LAZELL 
Long Island, N. Y. 

Major: English 

Minors: French. Political and Social Science 

Athenian 



JAMES WILLIAM LEWIS 
Springfield, Tenn. 

Maior: Political and Social Science 

Minors: History, Education 

Athenian 



SENIORS 





HARVEY McLENDON LOWRY 
Corbin, Ky. 

Major: Biology 

Minors: Chemistry. Education 

Athenian 

Biology Assistant 3. 4; Program Secretary Kentucky 

Club 3- Vice-President Pre Medical Club 4; Honors 

Work 4. 



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JAMES HENRY LOWRY 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: Chemistry 
Minors: Biology, Education 

Chemistry Assistant 2. 3, 4; Vice-President Chemis- 
try Club 3; Treasurer 4; President 4. 



ANNETTE JANSEN LUETJE 
Atlanta, Ca. 

Major: Latin 

Minors: History, Education 

Bainonian 

President Georgia Club 4; Devotional Chairman 
Student Volunteers 3. 



SENIORS 



JOHN HURLEY McFERRIN 
Fayetteville, Tenn. 

Major: Mathematics 

Minors: Education, Bible 

Athenian 

Brison College 1 ; Student Volunteer House Chair- 
man 4; Ministerial Association 2. 3. 4; Athenian 
Improvement Committee 4. 




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ROBERT McREYNOLDS 
Friendsville, Tenn. 

Major: Mathematics 

Minors: Physics, Education 

Athenian 



BOYCE MAHAN 
Alcoa, Tenn. 

Ma)or: Mathematics 

Minors: Physics, History 

Athenian 

Carson-Newman 1; College Players 2; Bainonian 
Mid-Winter 4. 



SENIORS 





ELLEN MACRAE 
Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Major: Psychology 

Minors: Sociology, French 

Theta Epsilon 

Bethel Woman's College 1 ; Ath!etlc Mono'gram 2; 
Letter 3; Vesper Choir 2. 4; Glee Club 2. 3, 4; 
YWCA, Cabinet 3; Nu Gamma Chairman 4; Stu- 
dent Council Secretary 4; Athletic Brard of Con- 
trol 4; BG, 4; Honor Roll 2. 3, 4; Honors Work 4 



1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




VERA ANTOINETTE MAKOVSKY 
Prince George, Va. 

Major: Latin 

Minors: History, French 

Bainonian 



EMMA LINE MARSHALL 
Vonore, Tenn. 

Major: History 

Minors: English, Bible 

Theta Epsilon 



SENIORS 



WILLIAM JAMES MARSTON 
Loveland, Ohio 

Major: Mathematics 

Minors: Physics, Chemistry 

Athenian 

Vesper Choir 1, 2, 3; Glee Singers 2, 3, 4; 
Freshman Debate 




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FRANCES MINCEA 
Bessemer, Ala. 

Major: Home Economics 

Minors: English, Education 

Theta Epsilon 

May Day Attendant 2; Theta Epsilon Secretary 2; 

StudRHt Council 3. 4; Daisy Chain 3: Writers' 

Workshop 3. 4; Senior Play. 



MARY KATHERINE MIZE 
Loudon, Tenn. 

Maior: English 

Minors: French, Education 

Theta Epsilon 

Expression Graduate 4; College Players 4; Alpha 
Sigma Mid-Winter 3, 4; Theta Epsilon Program 
Secretary 2; Treasurer 3; President 4; Program Sec- 
retary Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A. Program 
Secretary 4. 



SENIORS 





CLIFTON EARLE MOORE 
Stewartstown, Pa. 

Major: Bible 

Minors: Psychology, Creek 

Athenian 

Sigma Delta Psi 4; Track 1. 2. 3, 4; College Record 
Two-Mile Run 3: Conference Record Two-Mile Run 
3; College Record Cross-Country 4; Olympic Try- 
out 3; Football Squad 1, 2; Basketball Manager 4; 
Secretary-Treasurer Athletic Board of Control 4; 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 4; Interclass Athletics. 



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MARIAN LEE MORROW 
Walnut, N. C. 

Major: Home Economics 

Minors: EdLication, History 

Theta Epsilon 



MARGARET MOZINGO 
Selma, N. C 

Maior: Chemistry 

Minors: Biology, Bible 

Bainonian 

Lees-McRae |unior College 1. 2; Chemistry Assist 

ant 3, 4; Bainonian Mid-Winter 3. 4; Bainonian- 

Secretary 4; Carolinas Club Pro3ram Secretary 4; 

Nu Gamma Leader 4. 



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RUTH PEGGY MYERS 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: Mathematics 

Minors: Education, History 

Theta Epsilon 




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JOSEPH HAROLD MYERS 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: Mathematics 

Minors: Education, History 

Alpha Sigma 

Pi Upsilon 1. 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 3; Presi- 
dent' 4; Football Squad 1, 2; Manager 4; Baseball 
Squad 1; Wrestling Manager 3, 4; College Band 1, 
2. 3; Alpha Sigma Orchestra 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2. 



FRANK ROBINSON NEFF, JR^ 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Major: History 

Minors: Bible, Greek 

Athenian 

Honor Roll; Bible Assistant 2. 3. 4; Vesper Choir 
Organist 1. 2. 3. 4; Chairman YMC.A. Pro.ram 
Committee 4; Program Secretary Student Volunteers 
3; Union Treasurer 3: Secretary-Treasurer Minis- 
terial Association 3; Vice-President, Program Secre- 
tary President 4; Secretary-Treasurer Spanish Club 
4; Editor "M" Handbook 3; Editor SV.W.N 2, 3, 
4; Track Manager 3. 




SENIORS 




ANDREW EARL NEWCOMER 
Reading, Pa. 

Major: English 

Minors: History, Creek 

Athenian 

Business Manager Chilhowean 3; Business Manager 
Echo 4; Biology Assistant . 3; Freshman Debate; 
Pi Kappa Delta 3. 4; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4; Bain- 
onian Mid-V\/inter 2. 4; College Players 2; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Ministerial Association 4; Chairman 
College Social Committee 4. 



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HENRY MUHLENBERG OTTO 
Waverly, N. Y. 

Major: Political and Social Science 

Minors: History. Education 

Athenian 



LLOYD ROBERT OVERLY 
Greensburg, Pa. 

Maior: Spanish 

Minors: German, Education 

Alpha Sigma 

Y.MC.A Secretary 3; Vice-President 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent Alpha Sigma 2; Secretary 3; Program Secre 
tary 3. 4; President 4; Glee Club 1 . 2, 3. 4; Presi- 
dent 3. 4; Vesper Choir 3. 4; Dixie Vagabonds 1. 
2. 3. 4; Ethics Assistant 4; Honors V\/ork 4. 



SENIORS 



DOROTHY WOODE PATILLO 
Verbena, Ala. 

Maior: English 

Minors: French. Education 

Theta Epsilon 




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JAMES OTIS PAUL 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Political and Social Science, History 



ROBERT FINLEY PAXTON, JR. 
Penney Farms, Fla. 

Major: History 

Minors: English, Bible 

Athenian 



SENIORS 





ANNA RUTH PEERY 
Walland, Tenn. 

Major: History 
Minors: Education. Spanish 



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JOSEPH ANDREW PEERY 
Walland, Tenn. 

Maior: Mathematics 
Minors: Qnemistry. Spanish 



MARGARET PENLAND 
Union, Miss. 

Maior: History 

Minors: English. Spanish 

Theta Epsilon 

Secretary Theta E.Dsilon 4; Poster Chairman 2, 3; 

President Mississippi Club 4; Program Secretary 2; 

May Day Attendant 3. 



SENIORS 



MARION PFLANZE 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: English 

Minors: Education, Bible 

Theta Epsilon 

Mary Baldwin College 1; College Players 2; Expres- 
sion Graduate 3; Daisy Chain 3. 




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CHILHOwtAN 



MILDRED FRANCES PURVIANCE 
Dayton, Ohio 

Major: Biology 

Minors: Psychology, Education 

Bainonian 



DOLLIE TEE PUTNAM 
Greenville, S. C. 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Chemistry, Education 

Elizabeth Hillman Prize in Freshman Chemistry 31; 

in Advanced Chemistry '32; Chemistry Assistant 2, 

3. 4; Vice-President Home Economics Club 3; 

President 4. 



SENIORS 





RALPH CONRAD QUENELLE 
Lenoir City, Tenn. 

Major: English 

Minors: History. French 

Athenian 

Class President 4; Student Council I, 2; Chilhowean 
Staff 3; Echo Staff 3, 4; Writer's Workshop 3, 4. 



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JESSIE MAE RAMSEY 
Marshall. N. C. 

Major: Biology 

Minors: Education. History 

Bainonian 

Graduate of Expression 4; College Players 4; Bain- 
onian Mid-Winter 4; Zoology Assistant 3, 4. 



WILLIMAE RENECAR 
Buechel, Ky. 

Major: French 

Minors: Spanish. Education 

Bainonian 

President Bainonian 4; Glee Club 3. 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Program Secretary French Club 4; Y W.C.A. 
Cabinet 2. 3; Program Secretary Spanish Club 3; 
Vice-President Kentucky Club 3. 



SENIORS 



ROBERTA LOUISE ROBISON 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Major: English 

Minors: Social Science, Education 

Bainonian 

Echo Staff 1. 2. 3. 4; Writer's Workshop 3, 4; Col- 
lege Players 3; Theta Alpha Phi 4; Bainonian Mid- 
Winter 3, 4; English Assistant 4; Student Volunteer 
Librarian 4; S.V.W.N. Staff 3. 4. 




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ROBERT EDWIN RUMMEL 
Port Carbon, Pa. 

Major: Chemistry 

Minors: Physics. Mathematics 

Alpha Sigma 



VIRGINIA IRENE ROSS 
Houston, Tex. 

Major: French 

Minors: Spanish, English 

Bainonian 

Vesper Choir 1, 2^ 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Nu 
Gamma Leader 2. 3. 4: French Assistant 4; Presi- 
dent French Club 4; Program Secretary 3; Vice- 
President Bainonian 4; Manager Daisy Chain 3; 
Secretary Western Club; Athletic Monogram 3; 
Tumbling Team 2. 



SENIORS 





KATHERINE MARY SMITH 
Union, Mo. 

Major: Spanish 

Minors: History, English 

Bainonian 



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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




PHILIP SORCE 
Chicago, III. 

Maior: History 

Minors: English. Creek 

Athenian 



MARY ELLA SPENCER 
Pontotoc, Miss. 

Major: English 

Minors: Psychology. Bible 

Theta Eosilon 

Chickasaw College 2; Y.W.CA. Cabinet 3; 
Vice-President Theta Epsilon 4. 



SENi WKD 



NORMA JEAN SPILATORE 
Rahway, N. J. 

Major: French 

Minors: English, Spanish 

Bainonian 

Vesper Choir 1. 2. 3. 4; Clee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Operetta 1: Student Council 2, 3; Y.VJ.CA. Cab- 
inet 4; Program Secretary French Club 4; Craduate 
in Voice 4; Program Secretary Bainanian 4. 




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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 



WILLIAM ROBERT STEVENSON 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Major: Creek 

Minors: History, Education 

Athenian 

Cumberland University 1 ; Vice-President Ministerial 
Association 3; President 3; S.V.W.N. Staff 4; Presi- 
dent Athenian 4; Echo Staff 2, 3. 4; Writers' Work 
Shop 3, 4, Pi Kappa Delta 2. 3, 4; Pi Upsilon 2, 3, 4; 
President Triangle Club 4; Class Treasurer 3; Bain- 
onian Mid-Winter 3; Y.M.CA. Cabinet 4; Track 2, 



HELEN RANKIN STEWART 
Sneedville, Tenn. 

Major: Home Economics 

Minors: Chemistry, Education 

Bainonian 

Home Economics Assistant 3, 4; Editor Home Eco- 
nomics Club 3; Vice-President Banonian 4. 



SENIORS 





MARGARET RUTH SWISHER 
Apison, Tenn. 

Maior: Home Economics 

Minors: Spanish, Education 

Theta Epsilon 



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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




JOSEPH WILSON TAYLOR 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major; History 
Minors: Political Science. Psychology 



HELEN THOMPSON 
Chicago, III. 

Major: History 

Minors: Education. English 

Bainonian 

Editor Art Club 1 ; Program Secretary Three I Club 
2: Vice-President 3; Daisy Chain 3; Bainonian Mid- 
Winter 3. 4; Bainonian President 4; Y.W.C.A. 
Secretary 4. 



SENIORS 



JOHN KENNETH TOPE 
Moultrie, Ohio 

Major: Political Science 

Minors: Social Science, Mathmematics 

Alpha Sigma 

Mount Union College 1 ; Freshman Football; Debate; 
A.T.O, Varsity Football 2, 3; Wrestling 2. 3. 4; Cap- 
tain 4; Pi Upsilon 3. 4; YMC.A, Treasurer 4; Alpha 
Sigma Mid-Winter 4. 




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N 



STEPHEN LINDSEY TOPE 
Moultrie, Ohio 

Major: Biology 

Minors: Chemistry, Physics 

Alpha Sigma 

Mount Union College 1, 2; AT.O. College Debate 

Team 2; Y M C,A. Treasurer 2; Pi Upsilon 3, 4; 

President Pre-Medical Club 4. 



ANN ELIZABETH TREWHITT 
Cleveland, Tenn. 

Maior: Psychology 

Minors: German, History 

Theta Epsilon 



SENIORS 





RALPH SPENCER WALKER 
Townsend, Tenn. 

Major: English 

Minors: French., Spanish 

Athenian 



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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




EUGENE LESLIE WEBB 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: English 

Minors: Education. Spanish 

Athenian 

Freshman Debate; Track Squad 2. 3; Chilhowean 
Staff 3; Echo Staff 3; Pi Upsilon 3. 4; Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; YM.CA. Cabinet 4; Student Council 
4; Vice-President Athenian 4; President 4. 



CHARLES CARROLL WEST 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Major: English 

Minors: History, Bible 

Alpha Sigma 

Band 2. 3. 4. 5; Alpha Sigma Secretary 4; Presi- 
dent 5; Alpha Sigma Mid-Winter 1, 2, 3, 5; Stu- 
dent Council 1 ; Vice-President Carolinas Club 2; 
President 5. 



SENIORS 



ADA VESTA WILLIAMS 
Newport, Tenn. 

Major: Mathematics 

Minors: Physics, Education 

Bainonian 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Honors V^ork 4. 




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1933 



MADGE WHICHAM 
Chattahoochee, Fla. 

Major: Home Economics 

Minors: English, Psychology 

Theta Epsilon 

Florida State College for Women 1, 2, 3; Secretary 
Home Economics Club 4; Florida Club 4. 



HARRY WOOD 
Trenton, N. J, 

Maior: English 

Minors: French, Greek 

Athenian 

Athenian Program Secretary 2; Treasurer 3; Vesper 
Choir 1. 2, 3; Glee Singers 2. 3; Track 1, 2. 3. 4; 
Football 2; Student Council 3; Secretary-Treasurer 
Ministerial Association 2. 3; Vice-President 4; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer Student Volunteers 2; President 3; 
Y.M.CA. Cabinet 3. 4; Chilhowean Staff 3; Writ- 
ers' Workshop 3, 4; Bainonian Mid-Winter 3; 
Athenian Mid-Winter 4. 



SENIORS 





MABEL NATHALIA WRIGHT 
Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: English 

Minors: Latin, History 

Theta Epsilon 

Nu Gamma Leader 2; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4; Asso- 
ciate Editor Handbook 2; Associate Editor Chilho- 
wean 3; Student Council 4; Student Honor Rank 
Committee 3: Theta Alpha Phi 4: College Players 
3; President Theta Epsilon 4; Echo Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Writers' Workshop 3, 4; Honors Work 4. 



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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




WILLIAM LUTHER YARBERRY 
Sevierville, Tenn. 

Major: Political and Social Science 

Minors: History, Chemistry 

Athenian 



SENIORS 



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1933 



JUNIORS 





JUNIOR OFFICERS 



ROSS RANKIN 
President 



RUTH FARLEE 
Vice-President 



THELMA ILES 
Secretary 



JESSE WILLIS 
Treasurer 



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CHILHOWEAN 




IRVING MARTINE BARRAS 
Flemington, N. J. 

RUTH BAYLESS 
Madisonville, Tenn. 



MARY ELIZABETH AMMONS 
Maryville, Tenn. 



ANDREW LAMAR ALEXANDER 
Maryville, Tenn. 



MARY ELIZABETH BACON 
Lenoir City, Tenn. 



WINN T. BARR 
Cermantown, Pa. 



JUNIORS 




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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 



CHARLES RODDENBERY BEALE 
Cairo, Ga. 



ROLAND BECK 
Mountain Iron, Minn. 



ROBERT JEFFERSON BEYER 
Morristown, Pa. 



MILDRED BROOKS 
Montreat, N. C. 




JUNIORS 




RICHARD CROWTHERS BRICKER 
Shenandoah, Va. 



THOMAS MADISON BYAR 
Lockland, Ohio 



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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




SUE CALHOUN 
Mount Olive, Miss. 



KATHALEEN CARPENTER 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 



MARY MOLLIS CARTER 
Lafayette, Tenn. 



DOROTHY C CASSERES 
Cartage, Costa Rica 



JUNIORS 



JAMES MALVERN CLOPTON 
Huntsville, Ala. 



MARGARET EDITH COOLEY 
Knoxville, Tenn. 




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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 



RUTH COWARD 
Oliver Springs, Tenn. 



MARY ELLEN CRAMER 
Dayton, Ohio 



MARY MARTHA CREASON 
Thomasville, N. C 



CHARLES CURTIS 
Maryville, Tenn. 




JUNIORS 




63 



BEN McMAHAN DeLOZIER 
Maryville, Tenn. 

SARA ESTHER DICK 
Maryville, Tenn. 



1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




WILMA WHITFIELD DORSEY 
Harriman, Tenn. 



WILLIAM STOVER DUNNING 
Owensboro, Ky. 



JOHN P. EYSTER 
Hanover, Pa. 



RUTH FARLEE 
Princeton, N. J. 



JUNIORS 



CARL DONALD FORTUNE 
Salem, Mo. 



REGINALD WHITIS GARRETT 
Rice, Va. 




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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 



LONA VENUS CILLENWATER 
Fort Blackmore, Va. 



ELIZABETH CILLIS 
Canado, Ariz. 



CORDON GROOMS 
Seaman, Ohio 



MARY ELIZABETH HARRISON 
Jonesboro, Tenn. 



JUNIORS 





DOROTHY MAY HASSALL 
Trenton, N. J. 

CARL FREDERICK HAUB 
Westmount, N. J. 



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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




DANIEL CLYDE HICKS 
Newark, N. |. 



MARY ELEANOR HIMMELRIGHT 
Piqua, Ohio 



ARTA GRACE HOPE 
Elat, Africa 



RUTH HONEYCUTT 
Burnsville, N. C. 



JUNIORS 



ELLA ERCELLE HUNTER 
Jonesboro, Tenn. 

THELMA HENRY ISLES 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



1933 




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CHILHOWEAN 



VIVIAN MAE KELLEY 
Ecorse, Mich. 



HOWARD WILLIAM KIPP 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



FREDERICK KARL KIRCHNER 
Newark, N. J. 



HELEN CORNELIA KIZER 
Maryville, Tenn. 




JUNIORS 




67 



NELL JO KNICHT 
San Antonio, Texas 



HENRY WILLARDLAMPE 
Syen Chun, Korea 



1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




JOSEPH HEYDON LAMPE 
Syen Chun, Korea 



WILLIAM CLARK LATHAN 
Dandridge, Tenn. 



NELLE LAUDERBACK 
McDonald, Tenn. 



JUANITA WELLS LAW 
Maryville, Tenn. 



JUNIORS 



VIOLA MAE LICHTFOOT 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



DAVID LaFAYETTE McARTHUR 
Meridian, Miss. 




1933 



CHILHOWEAN 



LILLIAN McCLINTON 
High Springs, Fla. 



DANIEL DOUGHERTY McCONNELL 
Powell Station, Tenn. 



ALFRED FULKERSON McCULLOCH 
Maryville, Tenn. 



JOHN CHRISTIAN McQUEEN 
Hattiesburg, Miss. 




JUNIORS 




HELEN ELIZABETH MAHAN 
Alcoa, Tenn. 



EDITH FRANCES MASSEY 
Oxford, Ala. 



1933 



CHILHOWEain 




HARRY MATH IAS 
Scranton, Pa. 



CHARLOTTE ANNE MATH IS 
Memphis, Tenn. 



BERNARD WOODS MATTINCLY 
Baltimore, Md. 



FRANK RISSER MEASE 
Maplewood, N. J. 



JUNIORS 



VONNIE ALBERTA MESSAMORE 
Fountain City, Tenn. 



JAMA ELLIS NORTON 
Maryville, Tenn. 




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1933 



CHILHC 



JASMINE WINIFRED ORR 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



RICHARD KTENNETH ORR 
Canton, III. 



JOHN ELON PHAY 
Kissimmee, Fla. 



HUGH POWEL 
Atlanta, Ga. 




JUNIORS 




71 



ROSS WAYNE RANKIN 
White Pine, Tenn. 



JULIA MAE RINK 
LaFayette, Ga. 



1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




MARY KATHRYNE RINK 
LaFayette, Ca. 



MARJORIE SALMONS 
Trenton, N. J. 



MILDRED LOUISE SCHOELLER 
Trenton, N. J. 



HENRY CECIL SKIDMORE 
Elizabethtown, Ky. 



JUNIORS 



CERALDINE ELIZABETH SMITH 
Maryville, Tenn. 



JOHN BERYL SPRINCER 

Middletown, Pa. / 



1933 




72 



CHILHOWEAN 



SADIE KATHERINE STANTON 
Knoxville, Tenn. 



VETA MAY STEPHENS 
Tellico Plains, Tenn. 



GRACE STUART 
Lansing, N. C. 



LUCILLE MAE SWAFFORD 
Riceville, Tenn. 




JUNIORS 




OLIVER TARWATER 
Maryville, Tenn. 



MICHAEL PRESBYTERIO TESTA 
Scranton, Pa. 



73 



1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




ERMA MASIE THOMAS 
Alcoa, Tenn. 



PAULINE LEONA THRONE 
York, Pa. 



FREDERICK BURTON TOMS 
Woodstown, N. J. 



ROBERT HOWARD TOMS 
Woodstown, N. J. 



JUNIORS 



ROBERT WOODS TRIPP 
Carrollton, Ohio 



CARRIE LOU TWEED 
Greenville, Tenn. 




1933 



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CHILHOWEAN 



PHOEBE MAE UNDERWOOD 
Morristown, Tenn. 



ANNA ARLEVIA UNCER 
Oakdale, Tenn. 



WARREN WALTON WARMAN 
Trenton, N. 1. 



JANET GOODWIN WARREN 
Miyazaki, Japan 




JUNIORS 




75 



KATHERINE ELIZABETH 

WAYLAND 

Knoxville, Tenn. 



THOMAS L. WEESE 
Maryville, Tenn. 



1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




MARY SLOANE WELSH 
Culleoka, Tenn. 



JESSIE MILTON WILLIS 
Morehead City, N. C. 



ELINOR KINCSLEY WINN 
Seoul, Korea 



EDITH WOODS 
Greenback, Tenn. 



JUNIORS 



NAOMI WOODS 
Greenback, Tenn. 



JOSEPHINE ANN WOODWARD 
Montreat, N. C. 




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1933 



SOPHOMORES 





SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 

JAMES SMITH 
President 



THERESA PREY 
Vice-President 



DOROTHY NETHERY 
Secretary 



SAM WAID 
Treasurer 



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CHILHOWEAN 




THERON RALPH ALEXANDER 



LILLIAN BELLE ARMSTRONG 



MARY ROSE ATCHLEY 



MARIE BAILEY 



HELEN BEARD 



SOPHOMORES 



ADELINE BOARDMAN 



WALTER BOEHME 



SARAH BRAKEBILL 




1933 



78 



CHILHOW 



ROBERT LOWRY BROWN 



DOLORES THERESA BURCHETTE 



DOUGLAS MacKAY CARHART 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH COATES 



KARA LEE COLD I RON 




SOPHOMORES 




CECELIA CONOVER 



MARY REBECCA COOPER 



EARLE W. CRAWFORD 



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1933 



CHILHO^^^ 




HUGH RANKIN CRAWFORD 



MARY ELIZABETH CROMER 



GEORGE FRANKLIN DEEBEL 



PHYLLIS FAIRFIELD DEXTER 



ANNIE MARY DONNELL 



SOPHOMORES 



KERN VIRGINIA DUCKETT 



LORENA MAY DUNLAP 



KATHERINE LOUISE EARNEST 




1933 



THERESA FREY 



WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER FRISH 



JONATHAN CILLINCHAM 



MARY CILLINCHAM 



BURTON WELLINCTON CRAHAM 




SOPHOMORES 




ESTELLE CREENE 



RUBY HALL 



MILDRED MEEK HARRIS 



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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




GRACE HAST 



CORA HATFIELD 



GEORCE WILLIAM HOGLAN 



MARY FLORENCE HYDE 



ELEANOR JOHNSON 



SOPHOMORES 



JESSIE ELIZABETH KAVANAGH 



MARGARET KELBAUGH 



FLORENCE KENDALL 




1933 



82 



CHILHOWEAN 



THOMAS VANSICKLE KIDD 



ALLINE KOONS 



CHARLES EDWARD LEWIS 



EDWARD VERNON LODWICK 



ANNIE GLENN LOWRY 




SOPHOMORES 




CHLOE MALPHUS 



MARY EVELYN MEEK 



DOROTHY MADGE NETHERY 



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1933 



CHILHOWEAN 




DOROTHY LYNN PARR 



ELIZABETH PETERSON 



GRACE GRAHAM PROFFITT 



ELIZABETH RICHARDSON 



LOUISE RESSLER 



SOPHOMORES 



MARY ETTA SHARP 



JAMES RHODES SMITH 



MAXIE L SMITH 




1933 



CHILHOWEAN 



RUBY WILSON SMITH 



LESTER MELVIN STEARNS 
(lunior) 



JAMES HAROLD STEVENSON 



EDGAR LOVE STOREY 



BEATRICE THORSON 




SOPHOMORES 




ALICE MARIE TIMBLIN 



JOSEPH DAVIS TRUXTON 



IRMA KATE VANCE 



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1933 



CHILHOWEan 




SAMUEL THOMAS WAID 



DORIS MARTHA WALDREP 



VIOLET WEBB 



BARBARA ALICE WHITMORE 



RUDOLPH HERR WISSLER 



SOPHOMORES 



ELIZABETH EMILY WOODWELL 



MARIA WYNN 



ISADORE YELTON 




1933 



FRESHMEN 





FRESHMAN OFFICERS 

STUART SNEDEKER 
President 



HELEN RUSK 
Vice-President 



MARY LILLIAN STEED 
Secretary 



CARL FISHER 
Treasurer 



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C H I L H^n^U E A N 






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FRESHMAN CLASS 



Allen, Charles 
Allison, Edith 
Baez, Mimi 
Baldwin, Myrtis 
Barron, Sara Lou 
Barton, Richard 
Bell, Katharine 
Blizzard, Samuel 
Bradford, Key 
Brenneman, Phyllis 
Brown, Gladys 



Brown, Leone Anne 
Buffaloe, George 
Busier, Lowell 
Ghenault, John 
Christie, Alex 
Coddmgton, Evelyn 
Collins, Harold 
Cooke, Lois 
Cooper, Martha 
Denning, Virginia 
Denslow, Eleanor 



Doty, Ruth 
Downes, Robert 
Dunn, Mary 
Edmonson, Virgil 
Fisher, Carl 
Fleming, Marjorie 
Garrett, Vv'i His 
Gillis, Stuart 
Clasing, Mildred 
Godfrey, Robert 
Gray, O'Neal 



C II I L H O < • E A N 




FRESHMAN CLASS 



Creiner, George 
Hammett, Christine 
Halsey, Lola May 
Hardy, Erving 
Henry, Flo 
Hemes, Arthur 
Hilditch, Julia 
Holder, 0. T. 
Houser, Lucy 
Huff, Eccles 
Huffstetler, Harriet 



Huffstetler, R. A. 
James, Edith 
Johnston, Lee 
Kerr, Lillian 
Kizer, Barbara 
Knox, Mary Ann 
Law, Margaret 
Lee, Mattie 
Leitch, Crover 
Lewis, Dorothy May 
Llewellyn, Ralph 



Lockerby, Donald 
Lodwick, Robert 
Loessberg, Wilbur 
McArthur, Donnell 
McClellan, Juanita 
McMurray, Elizabeth 
McNamara, Elizabeth 
McQuagge, Madge 
MacCalmont, William 
Morgan, Emma Irene 
Noel, Kathryn 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 



Obert, LeRoy 
Palmer, Robert 
Paterson, William 
Pettibone, Jane 
Pettit, Richard 
Pflanze, Eleanore 
Pieper, Archibald 
Prince, Edith 
Prince, Miriam 
Price, William 
Proctor, Alice 



Ritchie, Elizabeth 
Ritchie, Eleanor 
Ressler, Mary Frances 
Robison, Martina 
Rusk, Helen 
Simmons, Kathryn 
Slater, Rose 
Smith, Catheryn 
Snedeker, Stusrt 
Stanbery, C. B, 



Steed, Lillian 
Stephens, Florine 
Tipton, Ernestine 
Tol, Henrietta 
Tulloch, Helen 
Wade, James 
Waldrop, J. L. 
White, Jane 

Whitaker, Marion Louise 
Williams, Clifford 
Wysong, Virginia 



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'Bid, then, the tender light of faith to shine 
By which alone the mortal heart is led 
Unto the thinking of the thought divine." 



FEATURES 




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MISS BETTY ZOLLER 



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MISS FRANCES MINCEA 




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MISS OPAL JOHNSON 







MISS MARY ELLEN ANDERSON 




COLLEGIATE SNAPS 



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COLLEGIATE SNAPS 




"And on the inward vision close the eyes, 
But It IS wisdom to believe the heart." 



ACTIVITIES 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 




AL DUFF, 

President 



ELIZABETH DUNCAN, 

Vice-President 



ELLEN MACRAE, 

Secretary-Treasurer 



LESLIE WEBB NATHALIA WRIGHT 

ROBERT OVERLY 
FRANCES Ml NCEA WILBUR JOHNSON ROBERT TRIPP 

ELIZABETH GILLIS WARREN WARMAN 

JOSEPHINE WOODWARD 
DONALD FORTUNE LUCILLE SWAFFORD ELEANOR JOHNSON 

JAMES MACEE THERON ALEXANDER 

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CHILHOWEAN STAFF 



CHARLES BEALE 


HOWARD KIPP 


WARREN WARMAN 


Editor 


Business Manager 


Photographic Editor 


ROBERT TRIPP 




DOROTHY CASSERES 


Sports Editor 


JOHN McQueen 

Associate Editor 


Literary Editor 


ELIZABETH GILL IS 




MADISON BYAR 


Features Editor 




Art Editor 



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LAN 



THE HIGHLAND ECHO 



VERTON M. QUEENER, 

Faculty Adviser 



RICHARD ORR, 

Editor 



ANDREW NEWCOMER, 

Business Manager 



CONRAD QUENELLE NATHALIA WRIGHT 



ROBERTA ROBISON 



ARTHUR LAZELL BERNARD MATTINCLEY KATHALEEN CARPENTER 



CHARLES BEALE 



VIOLET WEBB 



DOROTHY NETHERY 



GRACE PROFFITT THERON ALEXANDER 




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BAINONIAN OFFICERS 




Helen Thompson Willimae Renegar Ruth Brocious 

Virginia Ross Louise Cline 

Helen Stewart Hazel Hale Mary Cornwell 

Norma Spilatore Jean Campbell 

Margaret Mozingo Marjorie Salmons Grace Proffitt 

Elizabeth Peterson Eleanor Johnson 

Dorothy Nethery 

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BAINONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Each year sees Bainonian another step further along the way toward her acme. 
The past year, her fifty-eighth, has been no exception to this statement. Her ideals 
of congeniality and fellowship have been emblazoned on her banner in even truer 
colors than ever before, and her members have made individual records that are a 
credit to her name. 

Bainonians have always been in the midst of the essential extra-curricular acti- 
vities on College Hill. Journalism, forensics, athletics, all phases of college life at 
Maryville are sure to form havens for the energies of Bainonian leaders. 

So-called progress may be made, and so-called victories may be won, but the 
enduring qualities which have contributed to make Bainonian a determining factor 
in Maryville student life are durable, have already attained greatness. 




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ATHENIAN OFFICERS 




Al Duff Robert Stevenson Leslie Webb 

Philip Sorce Robert Tripp 

Donald Fortune Fred Kirchner John Phay 

Warren Warman James Smith 

Frank Neff 

Douglas Carhart Arthur Lazell Earl Crawford 

Frank Mease 



ATHENIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Athenian, when founded, was a pioneer pro|ect; and her sons are today proud of 
the fact that she continues to pioneer in all phases of student participation. Being 
the eldest of the four societies, Athenian possesses that joyous dignity which can 
only become the property of an old institution. 

Athenians realize that having one's name on the roster is equivalent to a solemn 
pledge to so conduct one's affairs as to be an asset to the society as a whole. This 
realization is a great factor in the group's being recognized to the school as a whole. 

Names of Athenian members are to be found at the very head of most colle- 
giate undertakings. The presidents of the Senior Class, the Junior Class, the Y.M.C.A. 
and the Student Council are members of Athenian. The editors of both student 
publications are also on the Athenian list of members. 

Membership in Athenian constitutes a memory that will linger fondly in the 
man's mind through the years. 




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ALPHA SIGMA OFFICERS 




ROBERT OVERLY DONALD BRICGS CHARLES WEST 



STEVE BORETSKY JOHN TOPE 



JOHN McQueen 



lESSE WILLIS 



JOHN EYSTER MICHAEL TESTA 



DANIEL HICKS 



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ALPHA SIGMA LITERARY SOCIETY 



Although Alpha Sigma has not been in existence as long as some of the other 
societies, its youth does not hinder it from taking a prominent place in the activities 
of the Campus. The spirit of comradeship which pervades the meetings and other 
functions of the society is such as to breed a fondness for the group which will not 
easily be lost. 

Alpha Sigma's members have reached out and assumed responsible positions in all 
aspects of college life. Dramatics, athletics, forensics, academic works, none of these 
are neglected in the composite accomplishments of the individual members of the 
Society. A worthwhile contribution from the society to the school the past year was 
the Alpha Sigma orchestra, which carved quite a name for itself in local circles. 

The vigor of every task to which Alpha Sigma set itself is a factor which will go 
far in making it a controlling influence on the Hill. 




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THETA EPSILON OFFICERS 



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Mary Katherine Mize Inez Hamrick Marian Morrow 



Nathalla Wright Lucille Callahan Margaret Penland 



Lucille Swafford Ceraidine Smith Frances Massey 



'lary Ella Spencer Josephine Woodward Ercelle Hunter Phyllis Dexter 



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THETA EPSILON LITERARY SOCIETY 



As a moulder of student activities, Theta has gone far. Her daughters are among 
the real leaders on the campus; this is due, no doubt, to the aggressive, talented in- 
dividuals who band together in Theta, and to the whole-hearted co-operation which is 
found among the members. 

Theta's outstanding contribution for 1933 has been the presentation of the "En- 
chanted April," the prize-winning mid-winter. Wise casting, able direction, an apt 
production and excellent stage-managing combined to make this play truly worthy of 
the mid-winter cup. 

Not alone in dramatics does Theta have able representation. Names of her mem- 
bers are to be found on the Honor Roll, and in practically all of the collegiate activi- 
ties. Theta can boast of having in its midst the May Queen, many class officers, and 
some of the ablest speakers and writers on the campus. 

Theta will prosper! 




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FRESHMAN DEBATE 



GEORGE FRIAR 
lAMES BADGETT 



JAMES SAINT 
HAROLD QUIGLEY 



ALEX CHRISTIE 
ARCHIBALD PIEPER 




ROBERTA HOWIE 
MART GLADYS BROWN 



ELEANORE PFLANZE 
MARY DUNN 



HELEN RUSK 
GATHERYN SMITH 



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MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

Music in the Fine Arts Department is represented by courses in Piano, Voice and 
Violin, with the additional subjects of Harmony, Theory, History of Music and Musical 
Appreciation. Miss Hale, head of the department, has charge of the advanced courses 
in Piano and Harmony, with Miss Susan Howard as assistant. Miss Frances Henry 
teaches Voice, and Miss Mildred Butcher Violin. 

Included in the department are classes in piano ensemble, with from two to eight 

pianos being used together, the Vesper Choir of forty mixed voices, the Men's Glee 

Club, the Women's Glee Club and the Orchestra. 

MISS SUSAN HOWARD MISS MILDRED BUTCHER 

Piano Violin 

MISS FRANCES HENRY 
Voice 

MISS RUTH HENRY MISS NORMA SPILATORE 

Post-Craduate in Piano Graduate in Voice 

MISS LAURA B. HALE 
Department Head 



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VESPER CHOIR 



Sopranos: 

Jean Campbell 
Marie Carlson 
Leslie Osborne 
Jane Pettibone 
Norma Spilatore 
Mary Sloane Welsh 
Leone Anne Brown 
Mimi Baez 
Garnet Manges 
Kay Carpenter 

Contraltos: 

Mildred Brooks 

Mary Elizabeth Cromer 

Ellen Macrae 



Mildred Purviance 
Virginia Ross 
Marjorie Salmons 
Lucille Swafford 
Katherine Wayland 
Harriet Clark 
Mary Fleming 

Tenors: 

Andrew Alexander 
George Buffaloe 
Ed Greene 
William Hannah 
Charles Orner 
Robert Overly 
Sam V/aid 



Jesse Willis 
Arthur Lazell 
Calvin Schmidt 

Basses: 

Donald Briggs 
Arthur Courtenay 

Donnell McArthur 
William MacCalmont 
Harold Quigley 
Stuart Quigley 
Stuart Snedeker 
Harry Wood 
Jerry Carter 
Carl Fisher 
Randolph Snider 








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MARYVILLE GLEE SINGERS 



MISS FRANCES HENRY 

Director 

MISS SUSAN HOWARD 

Accompanist 



ROBERT OVERLY 

President 



BENJAMIN GROVES 

Business Manager 



First Tenors: 

Andrew Alexander 
Benjamin Groves 
V^/illiam Greenawalt 
Charles Orner 
George Buff a Ice 
Samuel Waid 

Second Tenors: 

V\/esley Culver 



Cordon Grooms 
V\/illiam Hannah 
Lloyd Wells 
Robert Overly 
Jesse Willis 

Baritones: 

Harry Wood 
Stuart Snedeker 
William MacCalmont 



Jerry Carter 
Donnell McArthur 

Basses: 

Donald Briggs 
William Marston 
Robert McReynolds 
Roland Beck 
Carl Fisher 
A. G. Courtenay 




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COLLEGE BAND 

Miss Mildred Butcher, Director 



Clarinet: 

George Buffaloe 
Owen Holder 
Junius Birchard 
Frank Mease 
William Price 
Donnell McArthur 

Trombone: 

Horace Brown 
Joe Montgomery 

Mellohorn: 

Arnold Burgin 



Cymbals: 

John Sweeney 



Drums: 

Charles West 
Fritz Cromer 
Joseph Wilkerson 



Trumpet: 

John Phay 
James Stevenson 
John Chenault 
Hugh Crawford 
William Paterson 

Bass: 

Donald Lockerby 
Baritone: 
Leiand Waggoner 

Saxophone: 

William Tucker 
Ralph Llewellyn 




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WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 



MILDRED PURVIANCE WILLIMAE RENECAR 



President 



Vice-President 



JEAN CAMPBELL 

Business Manager 



THE COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 



Miss Mildred Butcher, Director 




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GRADUATES IN EXPRESSION 



Ruth Brocious Ruth 



Jean Campbell 



Wesley Culver Mary Kathenne Mize 



Jessie Mae Ramsey Roberta Rcbison Michael Testa 



Carrie Lou Tweed Lois Wallace 



Nathalia Wright 



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THE ENCHANTED APRIL 

Presented by Theta Epsilon Literary Society 




THE BAT 

Presented by Alpha Sigma Literary Society 



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DRACULA 

'resented by Athenian Literary Society 




THE LITTLE JOURNEY 

Presented by Bainonian Literary Society 



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WESLEY CULVER H 


^B DONALD BRIGCS 


President ^K 


BQS Secretary-Treasurer 


lean Campbell HK 


ISS Roberta Robison 


Nathalia Wright U 


^Kl Mary Katherine Mize 


Michael Testa 1 


IH" Lois Wallace 


Harry Mathias 1 


IB Reeder Carson 


Al Duff 1 


IH Robert loms 


Ruth Brocious 


Dr. E. R. Hunter, Honorary 



Mrs. Nita West, Faculty Adviser 



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Dr. E. R. Hunter 

Order: Instruction 

Degree: Special Distinction 



Benjamin Groves 

President 

Order: Debate and Oratory 

Degree: Special Distinction 



Prof. V. M. Queener 

Coach 

Order: Instruction 

Degree: Special Distinction 



Elizabeth Duncan 
Order: Debate and Oratory 
Degree: Special Distinction 



Arthur Lazell 

Order' Debate and Oratory 
Degree: Honor 



Ercelle Hunter 
Order: Debate 
Degree: Honor 



Maria Wynn 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Proficiency 



Earl Crawford 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Proficiency 



James Smith 
Order: Debate 

Degree: Proficiency 



Florence Hyde 

Order: Debate and Oratory 

Degree: Proficiency 



Inez Hamrick 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Proficiency 



Fred Kirchner 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



Robert Stevenson 

Order: Debate and Oratory 
Degree: Honor 



Andrew Newcomer 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



Lucille Swafford 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 



Clifford Withers 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



Carrie Lou Tweed 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



Douglas Carhart 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 



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DOROTHY CASSERES 

President 



SPANISH CLUB 

HARRAL RENO 

Vice-President 



FRANK R. NEFF, JR. 

Secretary-Treasurer 




MARY GAMBLE 

President 



GIRLS' "M" CLUB 

MARYGILLINCHAM 

Secretary 



GRACE HAST 

Treasurer 



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LINDSEY TOPE 

President 



PRE-MEDICAL CLUB 

ARNOLD BURGIN MARY ELEANOR HIMMELRICHT 



Vice-President 



Secretary-Treasurer 




HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

DOLLIE TEE PUTNAM LOUISE CLINE MADGE WHIGHAM 



President 



Vice-President 



Secretary-Treasurer 



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ANNETTE LL'ETJE 

President 



GEORGIA CLUB 

MAXIE SMITH 
Vice-President 



CHARLES BEALE 

Secretary-Treasurer 




CHARLES WEST 

President 



CAROLINAS CLUB 

BOBBIE REVELY 

Vice-President 



JESSE WILLIS 

Secretary-Treasurer 



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OHIO CLUB 



WILLIAM MARSTON MARY ELEANOR HIMMELRICHT HERBERT HUNT 

President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer 




MISSISSIPPI CLUB 

MARGARET PENLAND CONNELL McARTHUR 



President 



Vice-President 



SUE CALHOUN 

Secretary-Treasurer 



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TRIANGLE CLUB 




President — Robert Stevenson 

Vice-President — Betty Brewer 

Secretary — Louise Reichelderfer 

Treasurer — Warren W. Warman 

Program Secretaries — Harry Mathias, Dorothy Woodwel 



Helen Clark 
Ruth Flint 
Edith Vanaman 
Cora Deats 
Julia Hilditch 
Leola Halsey 
Marjorie Fleming 
Eleanor Ritchie 
Elizabeth Ritchie 
Ruth Farlee 
Louise Reichelderfer 
Violet Webb 
Mildred Schoeller 



MEMBERS 

Cecelia Conover 
Theresa Frey 
Arvilla Miller 
Thomas Jamieson 
John Eyster 
James Stevenson 
Frank Neff 
Andrew Newcomer 
Burton Toms 
Joseph Truxton 
Robert Toms 
Robert Godfrey 
Stuart Snedeker 
Michael Testa 



Clifton Moore 
William Dobbie 
William Hannah 
William MacCaimont 
Frank Mease 
Harold Qufgley 
Robert Downes 
Alex Christie 
Douglas Carhart 
Harry Walrond 
Warren Warman 
John Crump 
Robert Stevenson 



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RELIGION 



THE Y. M.C.A. 




As everyone who will pause to read this page 
knows, the Y. M.C.A. devotes itself to a threefold 
field, the components of which are the Physical, Men- 
tal and Spiritual aspects of life. The 1933 organiza- 
tion of the "Y" has faithfully and efficiently devoted 
itself to these aspects. Its sports program has been 
^^^ more extensive than ever before, and as excellently 

^^A^I|^M|^B 5upgP^J3g(j 35 gpy jp ^.|^g history of the "Y". The 

^^^k , ^^^m Lyceum numbers have been the wonder and delight 

^^^^ ^^r of the entire student body. And Spiritual activity, 

^^^^ ^ most apparent in the Sunday meetings but carrying 

further into the welfare work of the community, has 
had the best of leadership. From the first day of the 
Fall Retreat, labor has steadily been the keynote in 
the effort to better the conditions of the Maryville Y. M.C.A. The student body 
owes the officers of the "Y" a debt greater than it realizes. Foremost among the 
officers, as well as foremost among the students of the College, is Al Duff. His 
praises cannot be sung too highly by a Maryvillian. As a tribute to his industry, Bart- 
lett Hall stands, as presentable a building as the College boasts, brought to such a 




CABINET MEMBERS 




Robert Overly, Vice-President; Don Briggs, Ed Greene, Conrad Quenelle, Les Webb, 

Bob Stevenson, Bill Hannah, Spec Moore, Red Wood, Andy Newcomer, Ben Croves, 

Speedy Carson, Sam Waid. 



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THE Y. M.C.A. 



state from almost barn-like deterioration. The Sun- 
day meetings have assumed an interest unseen on the 
Campus for several years; and "Doc's" work in loc-l 
welfare circles has made him admired by all with 
whom he labors. But not only in home affairs is his 
ability and zeal recognized; his efforts in the behalf 
of his own Alma Mater have brought favorable atten- 
tion to him from state Y.M.C.A. organizations. For 
the past year he has been a member of the State 
Y.M.C.A. Executive Committee and of the State 
Council. He has also held the chairmanship of the 
Committee on Christian World Education for this 
section. His qualities are best summed up in a state- 
ment recently made by the State Y.M.C.A. secretary 
which declared Duff to be an "ideal college Y.M.C.A. president. 
It is only fitting with the theme of this book that we leave a challenge, even an 
admonition, to future "Y" executives to "carry on" where Al Duff has left oft. 




CABINET MEMBERS 




John Tope, Harry Mathias, Tut Barr, Warren Warman, Fred Kirchner, Howard Kipp, 

Charlie Beale, Maggie Magee, Ernest Lowe, Squirrely Crawford, Jim Smith, Jerry 

Carter, Dave McArthur 



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Y. W. C. A. 




INEZ HAMRECK 

President 



CABINET 

Louise Cline, Vice-President; Mary Miller Knox, Willimae Renegar, 

Nathalia Wright, Mildred Purviance 

Norma Spilatore, Elizabeth Duncan, Dorothy Cruze, 

Mary Sloane Welsh, Ruth Farlee 




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Y. W. C. A. 



RUTH BROCIOUS 

Treasurer 




CABINET 

Helen Thompson, Secretary; Kathenne Wayland, Dorothy Casseres, 

Frances Massey, Mary E. Cromer, Theresa Frey 

Eleanor Johnson, Phyllis Dexter, Lorena May Duniap, 

Dolores Burchette, Violet Webb 




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NU GAMMA SIGMA LEADERS 




Ellen Macrae Mary Miller Knox Virginia Ross 

Margaret Mozingo Marjorie Salmons 

Viola Lightfoot 

Elinor V\/inn Josephine Vv^oodward Mildred Schoeller 

Thelma lies Elizabeth Cillis 

Grace Hast 

Maxie Smith Dorothy Nethery Beatrice Thorson 

Louise Reichelderfer Fern Metzger 

Elizabeth Peterson 



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THE STUDENT VOLUNTEER CROUP 



Dorothy C- Casseres President 

Charles W. Muir Vice-President 

Marjorie A. Salmons. . .Recording Sec'ty 
Mary Lois Branche Treasurer 



Elizabeth Cillis. . . .Corresponding Sec'ty 
Katherine M. Smith. . . . | 
Lorena May Dunlap. . . . [ Prog. Sec'tys 
Winn. T. Barr J 



The year's activities of the Croup have been the follovi/ing: Reorganization of a 
Student Volunteer Library and of a Bible study class; the enlarging of the work of 
the Student Volunteer V^orld News Bulletin; and the presentation of weekly pro- 
grams. 

These programs have included talks by returned missionaries, group discussions 
on critical topics, inspirational talks by students and visitors, the presenting of prac- 
tical mission problems through letters from Maryville missionaries now in the field, 
personal testimony and prayer. 

The Maryville Croup was hostess for the annual conference of the Tennessee 
Student Volunteer Union. Powerful evangelistic challenges to mission work were 
presented in connection with the theme, "What Is the True Purpose of Missions?" 
The Maryville Croup is honored by having a Maryvillian, Elizabeth Cillis, as Union 
President. She will represent Tennessee at the Ceneral Council of the Student 
Volunteer Movement in New Jersey this summer. 




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MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



Officers 1932-1933 



Second Term 



J. Philip Sorce President Frank R. Neff, Jr. 

Frank R. Neff, Jr Vice-President, Program Secretary Harry C. Wood 

George B. Howel I 

Frank R. Mease Secretary-Treasurer A. E. Newcomer 

W. W. Warman Editor Winn T. Barr 

Organized primarily for candidates for the ministry of Christ, the Association, 
during the current year, has maintained an intensive program emphasizing those 
issues vital to mmtsters. The effort has been made in the weekly meetings to stress 
the importance to ministers of such matters as personal identification with the will 
of Cod in Christ, the knowledge and proclamation of the pure gospel of grace, the 
proper conduct of public worship, the knowledge and practice of parliamentary law, 
and familiarity with Creek, Hebrew, Biblical orientalisms, doctrine, church history, 
missions, and the like. 

Pastoral and preaching work in the county prison, the county almshouse, the Mc- 
Chee Street chapel, and' the country churches of the vicinity, has continued with 
ever-increasing effectiveness. 

A more restrictive membership, one of the new features added during the year, 
is a plan which is working in conjunction with an effort to make felt on the campus 
the influence of the Association for spiritual good. 




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To trust the soul's invincible surmise 
Was all his science and his only art." 



ATHLETICS 






FOOTBALL 




"BEEF" MYERS 
Manager 

COACH THROWER 



MARTIN GILLESPIE 
Captain 

COACH HONAKER 



At the outset of the 1933 football season Coaches Honaker and Thrower were 
very pessimistic, and rightly so, for they were confronted with the problem of re- 
placing seven lettermen who had been lost by graduation. Prospects were brightened 
somewhat by the return of several former linemen, but it was with much misgiving 
that the squad embarked on the perilous schedule for 1933. 

Although nearly everyone was well aware of the stupendous task faced by the 
Maryville coaches, it was disappointing to the Highlander supporters when the Scots 
were defeated by a small, but clever, team from Hiwassee. The game, held on Wilson 
Field, was an exhibition of loose playing, but as no marked superiority was shown by 
either team the result was uncertain until the last quarter when Hiwassee made the 
final score 12-7. 



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The next game furnished the 
spectators with a situation in com- 
plete reversal of the first contest. 
The Scotties were opposed by the 
Murfreesboro State Teachers Col- 
lege, which outweighed them sev- 
eral pounds per man; on the 
preceding Saturday the Pedagogues 
had held a powerful Sewanee team 
to a two-touchdown victory. Play- 
ing as underdogs, the Scots gave 
an unexpected display of brilliancy 
in both backfield end line and, as 
a result, came from the field as 
victorious by virtue of a 12-0 
score. 

Once again proving that it is 
the underdog that bites, the Orange 
and Garnet machine went out on 
Wilson Field and functioned so 
smoothly that a grand total of 
twenty-five points was amassed 
against the Tennessee-Wesleyan 
Bulldogs. Not only did the High- 
landers hold the favorites score- 



BORETSKY GILLESPIE 

ATKINS 

RUSSELL WEST 



1933 




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less, but scored a touchdown in 
each quarter, just to prove it could 
be done. 

Just as all loyal Maryvillians 
were beginning to breathe easily 
as a result of the two consecutive 
victories, their hopes were again 
severely shaken by a defeat on for- 
eign soil; the Tusculum gridders 
were able to emerge victors over 
the Scots by the score of 7-0. Once 
more Coach Honaker seemed to 
have grounds for his pre-season 
pessimism. 

With the Tusculum defeat over- 
shadowing their spirits, it was with 
uncertainty that Maryville fans 
flocked to Wilson Field to witness 
the game with the Tornado from 
King. Playing an inspired game, 
the visitors swept the home boys 
off their feet and the contest 
ended with King on the long end 
of a 20-0 score. The only ray of 




STONE BURNS 

PAYNE 

WILSON GAMBLE 




1933 



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encouragement for the Maryville 
supporters was the excel lent back- 
field running with almost no inter- 
ference to aid the ball carriers. 

Once each season comes the 
supreme test of the manhood and 
sportsmanship of the Maryville 
football team. At that time a 
small, but determined, squad, op- 
poses a team vastly superior in 
every respect. The sportsmanship 
of the Highlanders in the face of 
certain defeat has won the praise 
of sports writers for many years. 
This year the powerful University 
of Tennessee eleven, later co- 
champions of the Southern Con- 
ference, swept the Maryville team 
before it to win, 60-0. 

After a week of rest following 
the disastrous U.T. encounter, the 
Orange and Garnet warriors once 
more sallied forth to do combat 
with the traditional foe. MiTiean. 



MILLSAPS GWYNN 

KISER 

HALLOWAY CLARKE 



1933 




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The vacation must have been a 
miracle cure, as the Scotties kept 
the Buffaloes running about the 
field until they were bewildered 
to the tune of a 34-0 lacing. 

Armistice Day saw the fighting 
Maryville eleven go down before 
the attack of a smooth football 
combination from Lenoir-Rhyne. 
The final score of 25- H was 
mainly due to the crumbling of the 
Scot defense in the last quarter, 
when the invaders marked up two 
touchdowns to capture the laurels. 

Acting as a soothing salve to a 

season filled with heartbreaking 
losses was the closing game with 
Appalachian Teachers. The play 
of the Scots on that day, in spite 
of a sea of mud, was a thrilling 
climax to a dull season. Rising to 
a first-class brand of football, the 
Highlanders turned the heavier, 
older team back by the score of 
12-0. 




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Front Row: Honaker, Coach; Burns. Boretsky, West, Wilson, Grantham, Millsaps, M. Gillespie, 
Gamble, Tolliver, Atchison, Cwynn, Clarke, Payne, Myers, Manager. Second Row: Thrower, 
Coach, H. Gillespie, Russell, Hoglan, Stone, Stratton, Atkins, Kalman, Halloway, Blazer, Kiser, 
Long. Creed. Bailey, Moccia. Lam.oe Back Row: Smerznak, Trainer, Pieper, Zitzner, Gray, 
Cnker. Loessberg, Thoma, Dobbie, Krainock, Kaufman, Keeton, Smith, Davis, Felknor, Slawson, 
Duff, Trainer. Not in Picture: Cnllins, McArthur. 



THE 1933 FOOTBALL SQUAD 



Honaker, Coach 


Russell 


Zitzner 


Burns 


Hoglan 


Gray 


Boretsky 


Stone 


Coker 


West 


Stratton 


Loessberg 


Wilson 


Atkins 


Dobbie 


Grantham 


Kalman 


Kainock 


Millsaps 


Halloway 


Kaufman 


M. Gillespie 


Blazer 


Keeton 


Gamble 


Kiser 


Smith 


Tolliver 


Long 


Davis 


Atchison 


Creed 


Felknor 


Gwynn 


Bailey 


Slawson 


Glarke 


Moccia 


Duff, Trainer 


Myers, Manager 


Lampe 


Not in Picture 


Thrower, Coach 


Smerznak, Trainer 


Collins 


H. Gillespie 


Pieper 


McArthur 



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THE 1933 BASKETBALL SQUAD 



SEASON'S SCORE CARD 

Maryville Opponents 

36 Alumni 34 

24 Woodruff's 22 

25 V/oco-Peps 29 

24 Tusculum 32 

18 Emory-Henry 41 

27 E. Tenn. Teachers 36 

34 L.M.U 28 

29 Carson-Newman 46 

25 L.M.U 17 

58 Tenn.-Wesleyan 28 

29 Leonoir-Rhyne 20 

38 Carson- Newman 36 

38 Cumberland 26 

25 Tusculum 22 

26 Tenn. Wesleyan 31 



20 
28 
34 
28 
31 
42 



. . Milligan 42 

Emory-Henry 42 

. . . King 24 

Tenn. Teachers 35 

. Milligan 47 



Kins 



30 



637 TOTAL 



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THE 1932 BASEBALL SQUAD 




Fir-^t Row: Honaker, Coach, Gillespie, Teffeteller, Halloway, Russell, Nee, Hurst, Kiser, Duff 

Middle Row: Narcisso, Stone, West. Woodward. White, Vanatta. Brown, Wills, Back Row 

Cwynn. Graham. Jess, Graf. Pippert. Kalman, Hoglan. Fisher, Peacock, Manager. 



Maryville 



1932 Scores: 

Opponents 

Knoxville Smokies 16 

... Hiwassee 2 

, Appa. Teachers 10 

, Appa. Teachers 1 

... Hiwassee 4 

Vestal 5 

. . . Vanderbilt 12 

L.M.U 6 

L.M.U 8 

E. Tenn. Teachers 13 

E. Tenn. Teachers 

.... L.M.U 3 

L.M.U 8 

.... T. P. 1 4 

.. . Vanderbilt 18 

... Vanderbilt 9 

. . Cumberland 5 

. . Emory-Henry 5 

. . Emory-Henry 7 



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THE 1932 TRACK SQUAD 




Front Row; Willocks. Felknor, Richardson. Hitch, Moore, Milling, Mann, Paul, Byar. Wood. 
Middle Row: Woodard, Russell, Greene. Peery. Toms. Cleveland. Webb. Cassada, Simms. Back 
Row Thrower, Coach, Fortune, Muir, Lodwick, Wester, Barras, Ramsey, Shaw, Higgins, Neff, Mgr. 



1 932 Scores 
Maryville 

57 UT. . . 

77 Centre . 

99 



70 
74 

337 



Opponents 

60 

35 

.. T.PI 32 

Emory-Henry 56 

. L.M.U 34 



TOTAL 217 



The track season of 1932 was one of the most successful in Maryville track his- 
tory. Since it is necessary to take one first or two second places in one meet to win 
the coveted wings, the prowess of the Orange and Garnet is verified not only by the 
scores, but by the fact that fourteen men were awarded their letters. 

Coach Thrower may always be relied on to make the most of his track material, 
but critics agree that his 1932 team was nothing short of a masterpiece. 



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THE 1932 TENNIS TEAM 

Coach Smith, Fischbach, Hurst, Ferguson, Cillingham, Phay 




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STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING SQUAD OF 1933 

Front Row: Beyer, Hoglan, Holloway, Birchard, Krainock, Willocks, Byar, Peiper, 

Atchison. Back Row: Coach Thrower, Ridder, Costner, Graham, 

Boretsky, Tope, Millsaps, Burns, Gamble, Huffstetler, Mgr. 



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'33 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 

Coach Gamble, Cooper, Cillingham, Johnson, Duckett, Burchette, Proffitt, McClurge, 
Hast, Conover, Coates, Davis 




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'33 VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS 

Coach Gamble, Hast, Conover, Joyner, Cillingham, Davis, Thorson, Burchette, 
Proffitt, Johnson, Cooper, Davenport 



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32 BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 

Malphus, Conover, Dunlap, Hatfield, Paynter, Gillingham, Davenport, Mynatt, Davis 




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'33 SOCCER CHAMPIONS 

Gamble, Hast, Proffitt, Gillingham, Gooper, Gonover, Goach Gamble, Thorson, 
Davenport, Joyner, Gromer, Koons 



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'32 TENNIS TEAM 

Yennie, Hodges, Mitchell, Johnson. Gillmgham, Cooper 





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Wickens, Upp, Davenport, Brown, Smith, Davis 



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